Another – very different and very much better! – 666

Revelation 13:18 tells us that "the number of the beast is 666." The Word of God contains another - very different and very much better! - 666. It's Psalm 66:6 - "God turned the sea into dry land, they passed through the waters on foot - come, let us rejoice in him." How good it is to …

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Resting In The Peace Of God

The Psalmist is experiencing great pain. His honour is being insulted; his enemies are spying on him; he is being harassed by troublemakers (Psalm 4:2; Psalm 5:8; Psalm 6:8). As well as pain, there is prayer, protection and peace. He prays with confidence in God - “The Lord has heard my plea for mercy. The …

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God calls us to follow “the way of righteous people.”

God calls us to follow “the way of righteous people” (Psalm 1:6). He directs our attention to His “Son”, our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ (Psalm 2:7). He promises blessing to those who “take refuge ... In Him” (Psalm 2:12). There is much opposition: “O Lord, look how my enemies have increased! Many are attacking …

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I stand amazed in the presence of Jesus, the Nazarene …

"Come and see what God has done, his awesome deeds for mankind!" (Psalm 66:5). Where will see what the Lord has done for us? Let us come to the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ. There, we will see what a great love our Saviour has for us! Here's a link to the great hymn of …

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What matters most to you – the things of this world or the new life in Christ?

"Turn my eyes away from worthless things; preserve my life according to Your Word." (Psalm 119:37) What matters most to you - the things of this world or the new life in Christ? In our hearts, we know that there is really no contest, but, sadly, we, very often, take our eyes off Jesus, and …

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